This fascinating record of the productions at the Lyceum Theatre in London provides a unique glimpse into the world of Victorian theater. The authors provide detailed descriptions and critical analyses of each performance, along with biographical information and insightful commentary. Whether you are a theater buff or a history enthusiast, you will find much to enjoy in this lively and engaging book.
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